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Gilded Glory: Chaozhou Woodcarving

Through approximately 120 sets of exhibits from Guangdong Museum, the exhibition will illustrate the practical usage, subject matters and artistic features of Chaozhou woodcarving, while giving the audience a taste of the customs and humanistic spirit of Chaoshan region. The exhibits will include the large openwork crab cage created by [...]

Gilded Glory: Chaozhou Woodcarving Through approximately 120 sets of exhibits from Guangdong Museum, the exhibition will illustrate the practical usage, subject matters and artistic features of Chaozhou woodcarving, while giving the audience a taste of the customs and humanistic spirit of Chaoshan region. The exhibits will include the large openwork crab cage created by [...] Gilded Glory: Chaozhou Woodcarving
Hong Kong Museum of History
Gilded Glory: Chaozhou Woodcarving
Through approximately 120 sets of exhibits from Guangdong Museum, the exhibition will illustrate the practical usage, subject matters and artistic features of Chaozhou woodcarving, while giving the audience a taste of the customs and humanistic spirit of Chaoshan region. The exhibits will include the large openwork crab cage created by [...]
2018.11.08 - 2019.02.25
Hong Kong Museum of History
Golden Splendours: 20th-Century Painted Porcelains of Hong Kong

The exhibition showcases painted porcelain made by local painters and factories, including vintage porcelain and armorial porcelain, produced mainly for export, as well as ceramic items for decoration and household use commonly found in Hong Kong. Complete with historical photos, manuscripts, hand-drawn designs, pigments, tools, and more, [...]

Golden Splendours: 20th-Century Painted Porcelains of Hong Kong The exhibition showcases painted porcelain made by local painters and factories, including vintage porcelain and armorial porcelain, produced mainly for export, as well as ceramic items for decoration and household use commonly found in Hong Kong. Complete with historical photos, manuscripts, hand-drawn designs, pigments, tools, and more, [...] Golden Splendours: 20th-Century Painted Porcelains of Hong Kong
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Golden Splendours: 20th-Century Painted Porcelains of Hong Kong
The exhibition showcases painted porcelain made by local painters and factories, including vintage porcelain and armorial porcelain, produced mainly for export, as well as ceramic items for decoration and household use commonly found in Hong Kong. Complete with historical photos, manuscripts, hand-drawn designs, pigments, tools, and more, [...]
2018.12.19 - 2019.03.18
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
A Star on the Stage and on the Silver Screen – The Stage Art of Ng Kwan Lai

To commemorate the opera great, "A Star on the Stage and on the Silver Screen – The Stage Art of Ng Kwan Lai" displaying the paraphernalia of Ms. Ng including costumes, headgears, scripts and photos is organised at the Museum's Cantonese Opera Heritage Hall to allow the visitors to revisit her spectacular performing career and pay tribute to her.

A Star on the Stage and on the Silver Screen – The Stage Art of Ng Kwan Lai To commemorate the opera great, "A Star on the Stage and on the Silver Screen – The Stage Art of Ng Kwan Lai" displaying the paraphernalia of Ms. Ng including costumes, headgears, scripts and photos is organised at the Museum's Cantonese Opera Heritage Hall to allow the visitors to revisit her spectacular performing career and pay tribute to her. A Star on the Stage and on the Silver Screen – The Stage Art of Ng Kwan Lai
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
A Star on the Stage and on the Silver Screen – The Stage Art of Ng Kwan Lai
To commemorate the opera great, "A Star on the Stage and on the Silver Screen – The Stage Art of Ng Kwan Lai" displaying the paraphernalia of Ms. Ng including costumes, headgears, scripts and photos is organised at the Museum's Cantonese Opera Heritage Hall to allow the visitors to revisit her spectacular performing career and pay tribute to her.
2018.11.28 - 2019.02.25
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Key Programmes
Special Talk <br/> In Pursuit of a Public Cultural Facility with Quality Visitor Services
Special Talk
In Pursuit of a Public Cultural Facility with Quality Visitor Services

Conducted by Dr Shan Jixiang (Director of The Palace Museum).

2017.12.07
Hong Kong Museum of History
The Beiyang Warlords: War and Politics
The Beiyang Warlords: War and Politics

Tianjin Museum has generously supported this exhibition with the loan of 70 invaluable relics. These, along with 28 items from the collections of the Hong Kong Museum of History, the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and collectors, will illustrate the rise and development of the Beiyang warlords.

2018.10.26 - 2019.01.23
Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum
The 15th Best Ten National Museum Exhibition Selections (2017) Award
The 15th Best Ten National Museum Exhibition Selections (2017) Award

The Miles upon Miles: World Heritage along the Silk Road exhibition has recently received the award.

The Oral Legacies Series II: The Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Hong Kong
The Oral Legacies Series II: The Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Hong Kong

This exhibition focuses on ten other new items that have been incorporated into the Representative List. These include items with significant values of arts, history and craftsmanship, such as nanyin (southern tunes), the sewing techniques of Hong Kong-style cheongsam and kwan kwa wedding costume, the paper crafting technique, and the bamboo theatre building [...]

2018.02.11 onwards
Sam Tung Uk Museum
Jin Yong Gallery
Jin Yong Gallery

The Gallery features more than 100 exhibits including early editions of Jin Yong's novels, invaluable manuscripts, documents and photos introducing the early career of Dr Cha (Jin Yong), the creative process behind his martial arts novels and the impact the novels have had on Hong Kong's popular culture. Through the interactive exhibits in the gallery, visitors may also enjoy excerpts [...]

2017.03.01 onwards
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Bruce Lee:Kung Fu‧Art‧Life
Bruce Lee:Kung Fu‧Art‧Life

More than 600 invaluable items of Bruce Lee memorabilia will be showcased to create an exhibition that looks at Bruce Lee from a more comprehensive, in-depth and independent perspective.

2013.07.20 - 2020.07.20
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Made In Hong Kong
Made In Hong Kong

Selected from the collection of the Hong Kong Museum of History and showcasing over a hundred collections including traditional, century-old branded products as well as various products manufactured during the industry-boom, the "Made in Hong Kong" exhibition aims to illustrate the heyday of the Hong Kong manufacturing industries in retrospect and manifest the flexibility, adaptability and creativity of the local people.

Near Boarding Gate 22&31, Hong Kong International Airport (Restricted Area)
"A Collection of Insights, Memories and Pride" Collection of Mr Jeff Chinn of San Francisco, US

Over the past 43 years, Jeff Chinn has accumulated almost 10,000 Bruce Lee related items. 230 sets of items are showcased, which includes the first edition of Chinese Gung Fu: The Philosophical Art of Self-Defense autographed by Bruce Lee, US film trailers for The Big Boss and Fist of Fury among other titles etc.

2015.07.18 - 2019.01.14
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Renovation of the Hong Kong Story
Renovation of the Hong Kong Story

The permanent exhibition of the Hong Kong Museum of History has enjoyed an enthusiastic response from both local and overseas visitors ever since it opened in 2001. To continue to provide a quality service, the museum is now planning a large-scale renovation of the exhibition based on a wide-ranging consultation. Join us in redesigning the story of Hong Kong.

Permanent Exhibitions
Hong Kong Museum of History
The Hong Kong Story
The Hong Kong Story

This permanent exhibition showcases Hong Kong’s history through life-sized exhibits, enhanced with special audio-visual, lighting effects and multi-media programmes. The Hong Kong Story promises to be both entertaining and educational.

Permanent Exhibitions
Hong Kong Museum of History
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Cheongsam & Nanyin Party Cheongsam & Nanyin Party

Thanks to the opening event of Muse Fest HK 2018, the Cheongsam & Nanyin Party, which brought all of us back to the old Hong Kong.

Explore the museums with hearts Explore the museums with hearts

Hong Kong is a city which never sleeps. Something is worthy for you to explore.

The most precious things in life are free The most precious things in life are free

Visit the permanent exhibitions of 5 designated museums free of charge. Museums are free but precious.

You fought the Japanese? No way! You fought the Japanese? No way!

This guy always make up stories. Watch this video and see how they saw through his lies!

She complained that I was unable to take her to places She complained that I was unable to take her to places

Well, this time someone does take me to new places…

In search of you I found myself In search of you I found myself

Unstoppable quests in life… at the end, could he find his ultimate concern?

Free Admission to LCSD Museums Free Admission to LCSD Museums

Appreciate culture and art
Explore the path of history

Lecture on Lecture on "The World of the Palace Museum; the Palace Museum of the World"

Dr. Shan Jixiang, the witty and erudite director of the Palace Museum, introduced to us the museum's precious resources and the heroic effort of the staff through live examples and vivid explanation.

Behind-the-scene : Bruce Lee sculpture Behind-the-scene : Bruce Lee sculpture

Bruce Lee's sculpture is now erected in the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. Actually, it is 3.5m tall and is the creation of the sculptor Chu Tat-shing.

Want to know how outstanding this sculpture is? Come check it out at the Museum.

Bruce Lee and Hong Kong Bruce Lee and Hong Kong

Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee has shared their experiences and feelings about Hong Kong.

Shannon Lee has lots of hopes about "Bruce Lee: Kung Fu‧Art‧Life" Shannon Lee has lots of hopes about "Bruce Lee: Kung Fu‧Art‧Life"

Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee has shared her experiences in organizing the "Bruce Lee: Kung Fu‧Art‧Life" exhibition, as well as her heartfelt words to the exhibition visitors.

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